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joe biden's son announced he would not be running for his dad's old senate seat in dell, making it for another likely republican pickup. whether or not either of these decisions was prompted by last week's massachusetts election for the senate, the landscape is looking treacherous for democrats on both sides of capitol hill. one democrat who's getting restless is u.s. congressman bill pasclel of northern new jersey. when he says the public will get behind health care as soon as they understand it, he says that is not only arrogant, in his words, he says it's bs. he joins us later. that should be interesting. how does the white house hit the reset button to avert disaster this november politically? does obama go left, center or offer little crowd-pleasing nibbles like school uniforms like bill clinton did. after losing the house in '94. a lot of republicans face potential challenges from the tea party types. john mccain is about to be challenged by former sufficient u.s. congressman and until today hard right radio talker j.d. hayworth. could mccain get bitten by the same populis
of 2001 -- bin laden determined to strike in u.s.? what about the attacks of 9/11 which, as joe biden likes to say, rudy giuliani made the chief component of every sentence he spoke running for president. is this the new republican strategy, to speak and pretend that 9/11 was some bad memory they inherited from a previous administration and hope that it sticks? plus, great new details about the 2008 presidential election in the hot new campaign book "game change." here's one. a campaign staffer warning sarah palin's debate performance would be, quote, debacle of historic and epic proportions. the inside stuff in that new book. we have the excerpts tonight. >>> what do the new jobless figures tell us about the economy and whether president obama and the democrats are ready to stage a comeback? also, when president elect obama asked hillary clinton to be his secretary of state she told him there was a problem. the problem she said was her husband bill who she said would create a circus. we'll go into the circus later -- in fact, we'll visit the circus. >>> and rudy giuliani isn't the on
.com. host: we are going to spend the next hour talking about was president joe biden. we are going to spend one hour with our guests talking about that. >> president obama and the first family are on the way to washington from hawaii. tomorrow, the president meets with his national security team following the attempted attack on christmas day. meanwhile, jim demint, who is blocking the choice of the president or the head of the tsa said that he is concerned about collective bargaining. he went on to say that what he wanted is a few hours of debate to fix the nation back on security and to get union politics out of the discussion. "the hill" reports that members of the iranian parliament opposed a request abysm of john kerry -- visit of john kerry. meanwhile, many are asking the supreme leader in iran to stop violence against protesters. at least eight people died across clashes last month. those are some of the latest headlines. >> coming up at 10:30 a.m., and the inauguration ceremony for annis parker, houston's first openly gay mayor. on "the communicators" -- dan the british prime minist
the role of the vice-president and compares former vice president dick cheney with vice president joe biden. this segment is from monday morning's washington journal. contributing editor to "new york times magazine." he wrote a piece on june biden. joining us from new york right now, good morning. you wrote in that piece instead of the role every bus president wants, but which only his best -- predecessor had enjoyed to be the last voice in the room. so one year later is he the last voice, in terms of policy decision? guest: i think so. if there was anyone who was the last he is in it. being the last was in the room in the bush administration meant that you could drive policy. bush came into office knowing almost nothing about foreign policy and ended up to be enormously suggestible. dick cheney was influential because he was talking to george bush. that would never happen in the obama administration. whoever is the last voice is still speaking to mr. obama but this is an administration formed by the president. the one who matters the most depends very much on the sun deck but within that c
biden says he will not run for his father's delaware seat and incumbent senator ted kaufman announces he will not seek re-election. this as a reeling white house unveils tax cuts for the middle class. >> when we walked through these doors last year, our first and most urgent task was to rescue our economy. joe and i will keep fighting for what matters to middle class families. >>> bigger role for the campaign maestro as they regroup after last week's senate loss. >>> treasure secretary warns what would happen if fed chair ben bernanke is not reconfirmed. >> markets would view this as a very troubling thing but, as i said, i don't think there is -- i don't think they should be uncertain. i think they can be confident because we're very confident he will be confirmed. >> the president is forced to rely on republicans to get him confirmed. >>> remember the war in iraq, at least 37 people killed today, more than 100 injured. suicide bombers hit three major hotels in baghdad today. this, on the same day that saddam hussein's cousin, chemical ali, was executed. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchel
relationship existed between barack obama and joe biden. in 2008 biden was overheard telling reporters he was more qualified to be president than barack obama. after that the soon to be vp was kept off daily conference calls and had little to no contact with the president-elect. coming up the authors of that book will be here, straight ahead, you don't want to miss it. . >>> as we've been reporting "game change" has quickly become the talk of the country. the book describes a controversial statement made by former president clinton during a meeting with senator kennedy. clinton attempting to secure kennedy's endorsement for his wife, reportedly slammed her top rival, barack obama going as far as saying "a few years ago this guy would have been getting us coffee. " startling revelations about the marriage of john and elizabeth edwards. she is described in the book by insiders as abusive, intrusive, paranoid, condescending a craze woman prone to irrational outburst. "game change" reveals how she describes her husband in private as a hick with redneck parents who doesn't read books. joining
for the mother of vice president joe biden being held. the president landed in delaware the last hour to pay rejects to jean biden. we'll have live coverage of what is expected to be an emotional tribute to a beloved mother. >>> and leave reid alone. new calls to move on from the racial ruckus surrounding senator harry reid, but this time two top republicans are now defending reid. >>> plus, true confession, heated reaction as mark mcgwire finally admits to using steroids when he became the king of baseball. and if you can believe this, mr. mcgwire said the steroids did not help his performance when he went toe to toe with sammy sosa in the historic home run derby. >>> also, why police believe a missing 8-month-old baby is still alive. we'll talk with the couple who claims they wanted to adopt the boy. and another one bites the dust. first it was paula. now simon. "american idol" will soon lose another judge. will the show suffer in the ratings? we'll have more on simon's new big deal. good tuesday to you. i'm tamron hall. let's get right to the big political story. after days of calls from
agree. >> the only person who feels bad in this whole thing is biden. >> oh, right. because they got him playing freighto. >> and i'm smacked and i want the specks. >> and sending him to the back yard because he can open a beer bottle with his teeth and clinton gets to go over and play errol flynn. >> i don't see anybody having a beef with this other than biden. >> cash for clunkers, now, it looks like it worked, it looks like the american auto industry got a little bump from this and what do you think? >> well, the foreign auto industry got a little bump. i think four of the top five cars were foreign model. listen, it's just, i guess i'm happy, it seems a little low rent to me. the shining city on the hill is now turned into fred sanford's front yard ♪ >> i mean, we might as well put the whole country up on blocks at this point. i guess it's part of the bureaucracy, but you know, in philly a guy is driving a $3500 car around and you put him into a $45,000 car, the mortgage crisis reduction coming six months down the road. why don't you let the guy keep the $4500 in his taxes so
for the democrats. a story this weekend that vice president biden said his son, beau, wasn't interested in running for the senate. had a lot of democrats in a state of painic. mark maurry will help us correct the story. at the same time, tell us what some folks may have misread from this story from the very beginning. >> many apolitical frenzy erupted yesterday when vice president biden was quoted as saying his son, beau, doesn't really want to run for biden's old senate seat. they quickly corrected the record, producing a transcript that biden was referring not to his son, but to ted koffman, the current appointed senator in delaware. still, when you look at the transcript that biden's office ended up producing for everyone, it said that biden might not really -- that beau might not be interested in running. so this all reinforces the idea that biden isn't in this race, and that could really help republicans pick up a senate seat, because mike castle, the current congressman of delaware, is a very strong candidate. >> unbelievable. and to think they orchestrated this whole appointment process to
-candidates obama and biden. >>> but developing right now, all passengers and crew are safe after a united airlines airbus a-319 made an emergency landing at newark liberty international airport just a short while ago. that emergency landing was declared because of difficulty with the landing gear. this video right here you can see evidence of it yourself. it was taken by msnbc's creative director mark greenstein who was aboard the flight. he called shortly after the emergency landing and described what happened. >> we were on our final approach. the pilot got on the loud speaker and said there was some kind of a problem. we circled the airport for a while. he finally got back on later telling you it was an issue with the landing gear. a few of us just overheard the flight attendant say it was the right rear landing gear. then as we came closer people braced and got their heads down. i got to tell you, it was actually one of the smoothest landings i've ever felt. then we immediately evacuated the plane once it did touch down. >> smooth landing. kudos to the pilot. 48 passengers were on board. no in
then candidates obama and biden coming up for you. >>> meantime people are cleaning up today after an earthquake rocked northern california yesterday. the u.s. geological survey gave the quake a magnitude of 6.5 and already four aftershocks with a magnitude of at least 4.0 have occurred. no major injuries have been reported but a significant amount of damage remains to be cleaned up. in fact, here's what one woman had to say about her experience in the quake. >> lights were still on and i saw some stuff fly off the shelf and then the second shake, the lights flicker and went off. my boyfriend grabbed my daughter and took off that way and people were screaming, people were crying. it was loud in there. i think the sound scared me more than anything. >> and for more on this let's go to kntv garrvin thomas who's in eureka for us. so garrvin, what's it look like? getting any better pictures? light coming up? sun coming up? getting a better look at things? >> not yet. but it's interesting when the earthquake hit a lot of people, particularly businesses, they just left. so the open signs are on and th
in wilmington, delaware, a funeral mass was held for jean finnegan biden, the mother of vice president joe biden who died last friday. president and mrs. obama and president and president clinton were present. >>> when we triumphed, she was quick to remind us that it was because of others. there's no one better than you. every man's your equal. and every man deserves respect. that was her creed. that you must be a person of your word. for without your word, you have no honor. and without honor, you cannot be a biden. >> a beautiful neighborhood ceremony for the vice president's great mother. jean biden was 92 years old. rig. and you get to choose any car in the aisle. choose any car? you cannot be serious! okay. seriously, you choose. go national. go like a pro. okay. seriously, you choose. [ birds screech ] [ loud rumbling ] [ rifle fires ] [ announcer ] if you think about it, this is what makes theladders different... from other job search sites. we only want the big jobs. join theladders.com. only $100k+ jobs and only $100k+ talent. and now, all premium members get a free résumé critique. o
? >> and republicans prepare their response. >>> plus vice president joe biden in iraq to help the country gear up for elections. but he comes with a special message for iraq. >>> and an ambulance finds itself in its own emergency. patients on board, no less. back after this.  >>> it has been a year since president obama took the oath of office. so wednesday the president gives his state of the union address which he'll lay out his plans for economy and health care. republicans will be watching and preparing to respond. >> the president is now moving from a tight focus on health care to one on the economy. that change of emphasis is what we expect to see in his first official state of the union address next week. but republicans are on the attack on both fronts. here's president obama in ohio followed by john boehner today. >> so long as i have your backing as president, i won't stop fighting to bring back jobs here. >> my home state of ohio has endured nine straight months of double digit enemployment. democrats in washington have been focused on this government- takeover of health
crowly and joe biden and obama, on tv, john. great theater. >> and gates and biden looks good? >> i think biden, i agree with monica. biden looks very, very good. he had a rough first half. he's doing fine. >> eleanor. >> year started in january. so i'm going with blagojevich, he was impeached in january and went on to a whole saga of reality shows and it's great political theater, too, because you got the feeling he was somehow enjoying it along the way. >> monica. >> the town hall demonstrations this summer. those demonstrations are exactly what the founding fathers had in mind when their representatives got out of control, the people rose up. >> sarah palin's book tour, she had a lot of support. catapulted not only the number one on theamazon list, but the leading candidate for presidency. >> sarah, power house. best political theater, south carolina's republican governor. mark sanford was reported missing over the summer. his staff said he was backpacking. in reality, he was having a tryst with a lady. okay, worst political theater, pat. >> another south carolinaen, congre
have been getting us coffee. and it reveals tensions between obama and biden on the campaign trail with obama asking, "how many stiems biden going to say something stupid" after biden claimed obama would be tested during his presidency. a spokesperson for biden says they won't comment on rumors, also no comment from the clintons. as for the republican race, the book also claims sarah palin regretted accepting the vice presidential nomination, something her spokesperson says isn't accurate. in washington, nikole killion, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 5:37. 18 degrees on tv hill. coming up, a shocking study may have you thinking about the drink you order the next time you eat out. the bacteria found in many soda machines. >> plus, could your relationship be helping you pack on the pounds? a new study finds marriage could be making you fatter. we'll tell you why in our "medical alert." icin forthe shin the cool tor o shine, eveneading lon t beat these healthe resu healthy makes it happen. >> welcome back. 5:40. it's a cold start. 21 degrees at the top of the hour. skies are clear though, so we
, as joe biden likes to say, rudy giuliani made the chief component of every sentence he spoke running for president. is this the new republican strategy, to speak and pretend that 9/11 was some bad memory they inherited from a previous administration and hope that it sticks? plus, great new details about the 2008 presidential election in the hot new campaign book "game change." here's one. a campaign staffer warning sarah palin's debate performance would be, quote, debacle of historic and epic proportions. the inside stuff in that new book. we have the excerpts tonight. >>> what do the new jobless figures tell us about the economy and whether president obama and the democrats are ready to stage a comeback? also, when president elect obama asked hillary to be her secretary of state she told him there was a problem. the problem she said was her husband bill who she said would create a circus. into the circus later. >>> and rudy giuliani isn't the only republican who thinks denial is just another river in egypt. wait until you hear what michael steele is denying while on the book tour. d
a great number of persons. >> other juicy book notes? candidate obama's frustration with joe biden. sarah palin's divine inspiration and a bo dice-ripping screaming match between john and elizabeth edwards. and, of course, hillary clinton's reality check to barack obama on her husband. what does the book say about tom daschle? he joins us now live, straight ahead. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell, live in washington today. this hour, senate majority leader harry reid makes his first public appearance since apologize i apologizing to the president over the weekend for those racial remarks, remarks made during the campaign. reid was already in deep trouble politically back home in nevada in his re-election effort but the white house considers him critical to forging a compromise on health care. former senate majority leader tom daschle joins us now live. your timing is great. here we are, a former majority leader, point man on health care and you're seeing what's happening with harry reid. let's talk about why the circling of the wagons. we understand there's going to be a lot more today.
obama and senator o biden -- >> senator o biden. remember that moment from the vice presidential debate? at the time, it just seemed hike a strange sort of mini gaffe for sarah palin. we now know the back story that led to it. apparently, the senator o biden problem for sarah palin was way worse than anyone knew until now. john mccain's campaign manager spills the means on what it was like to work with sarah palin during the campaign. that is ahead. >>> last night on david letterman when i called the christmas day bomber the fruit of the boom guy, i should have credited that to our friends at boingboing.net. they came up with that first. in any case, since the attack on christmas day, americans have been paying more attention to nigeria. you know what they're worried about? that they're president might be secretly dead. according to reports, he has not been seen anywhere for six weeks. rumor has it he's in a hospital in saudi arabia, but back home, people are freaking out. three lawsuits have been filed seeking to delair him unfit for service. the house of representatives in nigeria is
. >> now a look at the impact of vice president biden. "washington journal" talked this morning with the author of an article on the vice-president. it is about 45 minutes. is a contributing editor to "new york times magazine." he wrote a piece on june biden. joining us from new york right now, good morning. you wrote in that piece, instead of the role every bus president wants, but which only his best -- predecessor had enjoyed, to be the last voice in the room. so, one year later, is he the last voice, in terms of policy decision? guest: i think so. if there was anyone who was the last, he is in it. being the last was in the room in the bush administration meant that you could drive policy. bush came into office knowing almost nothing about foreign policy and ended up to be enormously suggestible. dick cheney was influential because he was talking to george bush. that would never happen in the obama administration. whoever is the last voice is still speaking to mr. obama, but this is an administration formed by the president. the one who matters the most depends very much on t
into endorsing obama instead of hillary? >>> candidate obama asks how many times biden will say stupid things on the campaign trail. >>> and sarah palin wasn't nervous before her big national debut because it was god's will she was chosen. inside the '08 race for president like never before. that's next. thritis pain relievers -- i just want fewer pills and relief that lasts all day. take 2 extra strength tylenol every 4 to 6 hours?!? taking 8 pills a day... and if i take it for 10 days -- that's 80 pills. just 2 aleve can last all day. perfect. choose aleve and you can be taking four times... fewer pills than extra strength tylenol. just 2 aleve have the strength to relieve arthritis pain all day. >>> if the most arresting parts of the book "game change" are to be believed, behind the scenes the 2008 race for president was run as if it were a race for high school president. and senate majority leader harry reid is not the only democrat facing charges his comments in the book about senator barack obama were a bit racially insensitive. the book reports that former president bill clinton called
obama asks how many times biden will say stupid things on the campaign trail. and sarah palin wasn't nervous because her big national debut because it was god's will she was chosen. inside the '08 race for president like never before. that's next. [ announcer ] if you think about it, this is a lot like most job search sites. - they let everyone in, - [ crowd groans ] so the best people can't stand out. join theladders.com. the premium job site for only $100k+ jobs... and only $100k+ talent. >>> if the most arresting parts of the book "game change" are to be believed, behind the scenes the 2008 race for president was run as if it were a race for high school president. and senate majority leader harry reid is not the only democrat facing charges his comments in the book about senator barack obama were a bit racially insensitive. the book reports that former president bill clinton called senator ted kennedy the day after the iowa caucuses. the weak performance by kennedy's best friend senator chris dodd meant that kennedy's endorsement was now up for grabs. according to the book, quot
kennedy into endorsing obama instead of hill candidate obama asks how many times biden will say stupid things on the campaign trail. and sarah palin wasn't nervous because her big national debut because it was god's will she was chosen. inside the '08 race for president like never before. that's next. so i was surprised when my doctor told me i still had high cholesterol. that really hit me, and got me thinking about my health. i knew i had to get my cholesterol under control. but exercise and eating healthy weren't enough for me. now i trust my heart to lipitor. (announcer) when diet and exercise are not enough, adding lipitor has been shown to lower bad cholesterol 39 to 60%. lipitor is backed by over 17 years of research. lipitor is not for everyone, including people with liver problems and women who are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant. you need simple blood tests to check for liver problems. tell your doctor if you are taking other medications or if you have any muscle pain or weakness. this may be a sign of a rare but serious side effect. i thought i was doing enough to l
the average middle schooler, who knew? turns out she couldn't even say biden's name properly. you know, the guy that she was going to be debating. she kept saying, obiden so trying to figure out a way to avoid her saying that very tricky name at all. >> i wasn't win of them, who all said at the same time, just say, can i call you joe. >> can i call you joe? >> doggone it, those republicans tactics work all the time. you can't expect her to stick to that plan all day and should we cut palin loose? and you didn't have the guts to get rid of the person whose campai campaign knew wouldn't be good enough for the country. fox news will probably be seeing a lot more of her right here. in psycho talk. >>> coming up, senate majority leader hairy reid is taking fire from republicans but his troubles only start in washington. it's not looking real good that he'll survive the fight out west. breathe right, the small strip that gives you... big nighttime breathing relief... introduces-- drum roll please-- new breathe right extra. the only strip with an extra spring-like band, it's 50% stronger for
obama and joe biden. what the authors call a love story between obama and hillary clinton. more sarah palin stories. and shocking revelations about john and elizabeth edwards. >>> and diane sawyer is in afghanistan this morning where overnight three u.s. servicemen were killed. diane has an exclusive interview with the top commander of u.s. troops there and asks him if the toughest part of war is still to come. a very frank conversation this morning. >>> but we begin with the controversy swirling around the comments made by senator majority leader harry reid and calls from republicans for him to step down. jake tapper. >> good morning, robin. president obama likes harry reid, but more importantly, he needs harry reid to help him pass health care reform, jobs bill, energy, afghanistan. the plate is full. and a week that hurts president obama's ability to get this agenda done. >> reporter: news that harry reid praised obama's credibility as a light-skinned. risks weakening the senate majority leader, already facing a tough re-election battle in nevada. after reid called him to apologize
mother. jean biden was 92 years old. [ male announcer ] welcome to the now network, population 49 million. right now 1.2 million people are on sprint mobile broadband. 31 are streaming a sales conference from the road. 154 are tracking shipments on a train. 33 are iming on a ferry. and 1300 are secretly checking email on vacation. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilities access www.sprintrelay.com. >>> welcome back to "hardball." what did we learn about john mccain and sarah palin? in the 2008 campaign? we're back with time magazine's mark halperin and john heilemann. here's john mccain this morning. today on the "today" show. answering a question from matt lauer about whether his campaign fully vetted sarah palin before they picked her as vp. let's listen. >> i'm not going to get into it. i'm not going to get into it. >> but your comment i wouldn't know is surprising to me. you were th
campaigns but between running mates. how many times is biden going to say something stupid, obama reportedly said, after his vp candidate's famous comment at a fund-raiser. >> mark my words. it will not be six moments before the world tests barack obama like they did john kennedy. >> reporter: obama staffers say it was as angry as they ever seen him. bill clinton? >> this is the biggest fairy tale i've seen. >> he was even more dismissive of obama in private with senator ted kennedy. quote a few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee, clinton reportedly said. worried about her husband, hillary clinton created a war room, the book claims, with staffers poised to deal with a, quote, serious extramarital affair by the former president. when offered the job of secretary of state, clinton balked. she worried about her husband. quote, you know i can't control him. at some point, he'll be a problem, she told the president-elect. the day afternoon john eld wards' affair was alleged in the national enquirer, elizabeth edwards got so mad she ripped her blouse in an airport, exposing her
troops will remain in the country. >>> vice president joe biden says the united states will appeal a court decision dismissing manslaughter charges against five guards from black the water. those guards were involved in a deadly shooting in baghdad that killed 14 iraqi civilians in a traffic stop back in 2007. vice president biden made the announcement today with the iraqi president in baghdad. biden is in iraq holding meetings with leaders ahead of the elections scheduled for this spring. >>> when our broadcast continues tonight, no laughing matter as actor and comedian andy dick is arrested following a performance at a west virginia comedy club. >>> also, they are calling it a snow-p snow-pocolipse icalifornia. and a fire fighter who saved a dog. >>> a bevy of college hoops. virginia puts its eight-game winning streak on the line. >>> new troubles for comedian andy dick. he's been arrested on felony sex abuse charges in west virginia. dick was arrested at a comedy club in huntington. according to the criminal complaint he groped, then repeatedly kissed a bouncer. he was talking t
. >>> you can watch the story coming up on 60 minutes. >>> vice president joe biden is mourning the death of his 92- year-old mother. gene sineken biden seen here as she joined her son at the campaign trail died. she had just recently fallen ill. biden says his mother died surrounded by her family and loved ones. details will be released in coming days. >>> texting and refusing to stop inside a court leads to a scuffle, broken bones and multiple criminal charges. the incident is leading to a review of the courthouse cell phone policy. >> make sure you turn it off before you go in the courtroom. >> reporter: deputies warn people at the anne arrendon city court, be ware when you go into the courtroom. damon james wrestled with deputies and one officer is recovering now from broken bones. >> i made the first order for him to stop. >> reporter: deputy bryan ended up on the floor with the suspect who was uttering profanity. the deputy says people should not break the rules. >> this guy should have listened to deputy bryan swab, put his phone away and followed orders. >> reporter: the incident
by line or trespassing. photos posted on facebook show the couple by the vice-president biden. it shows just how close they got to president obama. >> the salahi sari little bit more dangerous in terms of the secret servic's way of looking at things. to the actual got in contact with president obama. >> there is possibly another investigation into a third allegedly uninvited guest. >> i have nothing to hide. >> he claims he received this invitation in the mail. secret service denied him access at two different dates, but he finally got in with this invitation. when he found out he did not have a table and signed it, a white house staffer since -- seated him at the same table with robin roberts. the jury proceedings are closed to the public. as for allen's attendance at the state dinner, that will not be a part of today's testimony, although we do understand that he has spoken with authorities. from northwest, courtney robinson, abc 7 news. >>> we turn to the weather now. hold on for one more day. it will be cloudy and cool today, but then we are in for a warm up. brian is here with the
services are underway for the mother of vice president joe biden. president obama and the first lady are among those paying their respects in wilmington, delaware. former president clinton and other dignitaries are also on hand. jean biden died on friday after a short illness she was 92 years old an we are looking live at the service. >> jack and i received a christmas card this year and that verse was on it and as soon as i read it, i thought of my mom, as -- mom-mom as she's best known to you. momslikeme.com wasn't just to her own family, children and the grandchildren and great -- >> we are looking live at the funeral service for jean biden in delaware. >>> meet the womb who hid anne frank and from the nazis in world war ii has died. she helped the family survive for 25 months by hiding them in a secret attic of a canal warehouse in amsterdam. after a laid by german police, geis gathered up anne's diaries and papers and she locked them in a drawer. she was 100 years old. >>> detectives are searching for answers after finding a body in a rural part of montgomery county. according t
'reilly factor" is on tonight -- it is time for dennis miller. he has some thoughts on vice- president biden, a tribute to helen thomas, and hot dogs. >> i know they are crap. who is the wiener here? bill: find out how miller really feels about speaker pelosi. >> there is a new grade high the way for him. it is inside pelosi's head. this guy uses a prompter when he is taking an eye test. bill: he takes on president obama and his entire administration. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. i am bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. we present a special miller time edition of "the factor." very scary. we will have the best moments from dennis and me, your humble correspondent. we begin with his thoughts on barney frank and a fiery town hall meeting. >> you want us to trust you with health care? >> i did not say that. >> let me finish my question. >> i never said i wanted you to trust me. bill: that was a feisty meeting. a couple of plants in there were giving him a hard time. >> barney frank makes maria antoinette look like a storefront lawyer doing
people know, i really care about this. analytically -- >> i think that's why we've seen joe biden on so many covers because joe biden has in spades that which barack obama is lacking, and the common touch that the white house -- >> there are o cages -- but the problems that the last time we've really seen himer moting like that was the race speech in philadelphia. that's probably why that speech was effective. chris: tell me something i don't know. be right back. chris: welcome back. katty, tell me something i don't know about 2010. >> chris, this is going to be a really violent period in afghanistan. but i think that we're going to get the end of this year, and there is going to be a picture that we are coming home. chris: oh. that's news. >> dan? >> well, sticking to the afghanistan theme, one of the things to look for in this year is whether the opponents of america's mission and the nato mission there whether they are able to knock down helicopters and six-wing aircraft. iran has the kind of missile which would allow them to do that. the thing to look for this year is whether they c
. the sweet and savory taste of prego. it's in there. >>> bram and senator o'biden -- >> senator o'biden. remember that moment from the presidential debate? at the time it seems like a strange sort of minny gaffe for sarah palin. we now know the back story that led to it. apparently the senator o'biden problem for sarah palin was way worse than anyone knew until now. the campaign manager spills the beans on what it was like to deal with sarah palin during the campaign. >>> first let me get something out of the way here. last night on david letterman when i called the christmas kay bomber the fruit of the boom guy, i should have kret credited the term to xene. they came up with that first. i hope that sticks. in any case, since the fruit of the boom attack on christmas day, americans have been paying rather more attention to nigeria, because it's the country of origin for the fruit of the boom bomber. in nigeria, however, you want to know what they're worried right now? they're worried their president might be secretly dead. according to press reports after long-standing rumors about the
. >> in a meeting today with his middle-class task force headed by joe biden, he previewed his wednesday state of the union address. he plans to focus on promises for new hope for the middle class. rising costs for college and a battered stock market. the president acknowledged the under class -- the middle class is facing troubles. >> we need to reverse the overall erosion in middle-class security. when this economy comes back, working americans are going to be free to pursue their dreams. >> his plan? double the tax credit for families earning less than $85,000. create automatic workplace ira's. >> especially health care. we have come so far. i would like to hear specifically how he plans to get it across the goal line. >> more about the middle class and how to bring it back. >> this middle-class mother of three said she is not interested in getting help from the president of the puts the government's job is not to give everybody handouts. people work for their money. they earn their income that is the way it should be. >> with his state of the union on wednesday night, the president has a b
that jean biden, the vice president's 92-year-old mother, has passed away. you may remember her story gave us all a moment of family and humanity, during the grinding political campaign of 2008. the center. the beating heart of the family. that's what joe biden called his mom. a woman who taught her children about love, loyalty and self-respect. >> you know, my mom taught her childr children, all the children who flocked to our house, that you're defined by your sense of honor, and you're redeemed by your loyalty. she believed that bravery lives in every heart. and her expectation is that it will be summoned. failure. failure at some point in your life is inevitable. but giving up is unforgible. >> reporter: she also taught the power of resilience. getting up. >> when i got knocked down by guys bigger than me, and this is the god's truth, she sent me back out and said, bloody their nose so you can walk down the street the next day. and that's what i did. >> reporter: catherine biden, jean to those who knew her, was born in pennsylvania in 1917. married 61 years, the irish-kat rick raised f
. news of much more significance to a national audience. >>> you can see the vice president, joe biden, who has just begun his eulogy for his own mother, jean biden. >> remarkable woman. she is the daughter of ambrose and geraldine finnegan, growing up in scranton, pennsylvania. in the collective embrace of her four brothers, who she adored, jerry, bluit, bosey and her jackie. certain in their love, secure in their protection and nurtured by their loyalty and affection. by their words and by their deeds, they instilled in mom a sense of self confidence and competence, allowing her to learn to trust her instincts and never be afraid to take risks, knowing she was any machine n o woman's equal. as long as i can remember in scranton, mom was referred to by her family, her extended family, her friends and neighbors as our jean. it's kind of a scranton thing, as the scrantonians know that are here. that was at least until she met the man she referred to as the most handsome man she ever met, joe biden from wilmington, delaware, our dad. in our view, mom was the soul spirit and essence of wh
herself agreed she was on the verge of disaster before her big debate with joe biden. new details about that, and why she planned to use mr. biden's first name in the debate. ahead on "countdown." announcer: trying to be good to your heart? so is campbell's healthy request soup. low in fat and cholesterol, heart healthy levels of sodium, and taste you'll love. chef: we're all kind of excited about it. guy: mmm! i can see why. announcer: campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good! for your heart. >>> coming up, michael steele blindsides republicans with his gop playbook to defeat the obama agenda. will republicans in turn sack their own quarterback? >>> and if so, will the tea party take control of the fractured party? that, and could big banks who won't help troubled homeowners get a taste of their own medicine soon. one little smile, one little laugh. honey bunny. [ babbles ] [ laughs ] we would do anything for her. my name is kim bryant and my husband and i made a will on legalzoom. it was really easy to do. [ spits ] [ both laugh ] [ robert ] we created legal zoom to help you take ca
tassel from delaware, house member running for vice president biden's old senate seat and looking like maybe the favorite for that seat. he already made positive comments about how the president has reached out to them privately, behind the scenes, hasn't gotten headlines, they are working together and what's interesting is the president will talk about trying to pull apart no child left behind which was his predecessor's signature education reform measure. the reason why it has some bipartisan support, a lot of conservatives don't like that law either so this might be one of the few areas where we can see both parties coming together. >> they're hoping they can work together with a john boehner or lamar alexander, senator from tennessee. stand by, ed. we'll come back to you in a few moments. diplomatic corps will be brought up to the chamber on capitol hill, statuary hall, to capitol hill, dana bash is up on the hill. it's less than an hour away from the start of the speech, the formal introduction, dana, give us a little preview. >> reporter: well, the preview is really that you have
no to a chance at his father's old senate seat. why joel biden out and who has decided not to run and what the implications are. that's coming up next. patti ann: checking out the remote feeds we're following, in the top box we're waiting for a vote on ben bernanke, the senate majority leader harry reid that vote could come as early as next thursday or friday. bernanke, of course, seeking a second term as chairman of the federal reserve. he's facing tough critics in congress but he is expected to sweep by here. in the middle box, saab will live on, after all, general motors has sealed a deal to sell the swedish brand, the buyer, dutch luxury automaker spiker, they make about 50 custom sports cars a year. >>> in the bottom box, violent clashes on the streets of indian kashmir, protests against indian rule as the country celebrated the 60th anniversary of its independence. angry mobs, throwing rocks at police and soldier, cops firing back with tear gas to scatter the crowd, kashmir, a disputed region of india that has been long seeking independents. -- its independence. trace: well, one week
around the country. again, that is job hunt link at foxnews.com. vice president joe biden in iraq today on mission to preve prevent new tension between the muslim group as a major branch of the military prepares to leave the war zone. and the race for governor heating up in the bellwether state of ohio. how concerns over the economy could spell trouble for both candidates next. chloe is 9 months old. she is the greatest thing ever. one little smile, one little laugh. honey bunny. [ babbles ] [ laughs ] we would do anything for her. my name is kim bryant and my husband and i made a will on legalzoom. it was really easy to do. [ spits ] [ both laugh ] [ robert ] we created legal zoom to help you take care of the ones you love. go to legalzoom.com today and complete your will in minutes. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >> julie: bottom of the hour, top of the news. joe biden making his way back to the u.s. after a surprise visit to iraq. earlier today, the vice president trying to ease tensions ahead of iraq's march elections. the vice president addressing the iraqi got contr
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